It happend again. I put my XDA III into the cradle and bang, it went black, it wasn’t possible to reset it, I took out the battery, I put it back in, the device rebooted, and hey: No data was … Continued
You can now optionally browse my site via HTTPS. I got a free web site certificate from CAcert.org. If you want to be sure you’re surfing on my site, please visit their site to import their certificate into your browser.
Remember my posting about Script kiddies and servers running@home? Unfortunately this little hack can’t work with HTTPS. So I figured out an even simpler way for doing the same thing – even when using HTTPS. <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName * DocumentRoot … Continued
On Slashdot, I just read something funny in the Yahoo/del.icio.us discussion: Someone wrote a Google Desktop plugin that went online right before the announcement. Sad guy – I guess Google will remove the thing in the next hours/days from their … Continued
I forgot to mention that today the del.icio.us deal wasn’t the only event that Yahoo was in the press for. They launched their VoIP-enabled Yahoo Messenger.
Found some more details here: The deal seems to be somewhere between $10 and $40 million ($10-$15 according to the blog entry, $30-$40 according to a comment).
Strange: The first comments in the blog were “cool”, “congrats”, …, etc. At the end you can read things like
Take that big wad of cash buy a new identity and forget del.icio.us ever existed. The only thing that can sour your sweet success now is those pesky loyal users who think you owe them something.
I’m really, really, really sorry to hear this! I dislike Yahoo and their practices. I will be removing my bookmarks. You had a great product and service. I’m sorry you’ve been eaten up by the giants.
I guess del.icio.us bought the first wave of comments ;-). Don’t get me wrong, the guy that started del.icio.us did the trick, but the community will probably move to a different spot now…
Del.icio.us has been bought by Yahoo … Didn’t find any info about the amount of money.
Cafe Puck is a nice place. Free WiFi for everyone, tasty Helles (that’s what beer is called in bavaria), and well …. fun ;-). Right now I’m here with two friends – where one of them just started YippiY.com (German), … Continued
Yeah that is something:
Programming : Average knowledge about programming in Visual Basic, C, PHP, HTML, SQL, Mysql, MS Dos.
Databases: Average programming knowledge in Oracle 8.0,Visual Basic, Mysql.
Networking: Average knowledge in network administration and setup.
O.S.: Average knowledge in Windows and Linux: Redhat 7.0,Mandrake 8.0.
Web Design: Average programming knowledge, http://some-ugly-as-hell-web-site-made-with-an-online-page-builder/
Servers: Basic knowledge about web server administration (Apache), proxy server administration.
Computer assembly and repair: Advanced knowledge as a technician, effective use of the Internet.
Office suites: Word, Access, Excel, Power Point,Outlook.
Others: Paint Shop Pro 7, PhotoShop, Emule, Kazza, Paint, WordPad, Acrobat Reader, Winzip, WinRar.
Coming from a nice thread here.